University of Manitoba Modern Architecture Exhibition

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Tuesday May 27th to Saturday May 31st, Daily Open/Close Times TBA
Opening Reception Friday May 30th, 9:00pm-Late
Hors d’oeuvres, Cash Bar
55 Arthur Street (street access)

Admission: Free

Something is happening in Winnipeg. The city is evolving and its architecture is evolving with it. For nearly a decade, architecture and design culture has experienced a rebirth in the city not seen since the modernists of the mid-20th century. Buzz about Winnipeg design is spreading its way across Canada and the 2014 RAIC Festival, hosted by Manitoba’s capital, is the place and time to show the rest of the country what we’ve been up to. Here and Now presents current work of over 20 architects and designers illustrating the strength and diversity of the phenomena.

The Department of Architecture at the University of Manitoba recently celebrated its centenary. The DoA Studio Exhibition acknowledges the legacy and contribution of the Architecture Program in shaping the profession in Winnipeg, the prairie region, and beyond. The exhibition is focused on DoA Design Studio and will include work from 12 studios from 2013-14 academic year.

Sponsors:

University of Manitoba Modern Architecture

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May 6th-June 30, abortion Monday-Thursday 10am-9pm, Friday-Saturday 10am-6pm
Millennium Library (Main Floor), 251 Donald Street

Admission: Free

From May 6 to June 30, Millennium Library’s main floor will host a display showcasing modern architecture and landscapes of the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus. During the post-war years, architects, many of whom were graduates from the U of M, used campus projects to experiment with new technologies and materials for constructing modern buildings. Explore archival photographs, drawings and construction materials. Learn just what makes the University of Manitoba campus modern and why modern architecture matters.

Curated by Abigail Auld and Monica Hutton from the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, the exhibit has been supported financially by the Faculty of Architecture Endowment Fund, University of Manitoba.

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University of Manitoba Modern Architecture

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May 6th-June 30, no rx Monday-Thursday 10am-9pm, no rx Friday-Saturday 10am-6pm
Millennium Library (Main Floor), malady 251 Donald Street

Admission: Free

From May 6 to June 30, Millennium Library’s main floor will host a display showcasing modern architecture and landscapes of the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus. During the post-war years, architects, many of whom were graduates from the U of M, used campus projects to experiment with new technologies and materials for constructing modern buildings. Explore archival photographs, drawings and construction materials. Learn just what makes the University of Manitoba campus modern and why modern architecture matters.

Curated by Abigail Auld and Monica Hutton from the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, the exhibit has been supported financially by the Faculty of Architecture Endowment Fund, University of Manitoba.

www.winnipegarchitecture.ca

 

University of Manitoba Modern Architecture

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May 6th-June 30,Friday-Saturday 10am-6pm
Millennium Library (Main Floor), 251 Donald Street

Admission: Free

From May 6 to June 30, Millennium Library’s main floor will host a display showcasing modern architecture and landscapes of the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus. During the post-war years, architects, many of whom were graduates from the U of M, used campus projects to experiment with new technologies and materials for constructing modern buildings. Explore archival photographs, drawings and construction materials. Learn just what makes the University of Manitoba campus modern and why modern architecture matters.

Curated by Abigail Auld and Monica Hutton from the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, the exhibit has been supported financially by the Faculty of Architecture Endowment Fund, University of Manitoba.

Information: http://www.winnipegarchitecture.ca/university-of-manitoba-modern-architecture/

 

University of Manitoba Modern Architecture

1243808_592980660809805_7276046707091955608_o
May 6th-June 30, capsule Monday-Thursday 10am-9pm, Friday-Saturday 10am-6pm
Millennium Library (Main Floor), 251 Donald Street

Admission: Free

From May 6 to June 30, Millennium Library’s main floor will host a display showcasing modern architecture and landscapes of the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus. During the post-war years, architects, many of whom were graduates from the U of M, used campus projects to experiment with new technologies and materials for constructing modern buildings. Explore archival photographs, drawings and construction materials. Learn just what makes the University of Manitoba campus modern and why modern architecture matters.

Curated by Abigail Auld and Monica Hutton from the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, the exhibit has been supported financially by the Faculty of Architecture Endowment Fund, University of Manitoba.

www.winnipegarchitecture.ca

 

University of Manitoba Modern Architecture

1243808_592980660809805_7276046707091955608_o
May 6th-June 30, search Monday-Thursday 10am-9pm, Friday-Saturday 10am-6pm
Millennium Library (Main Floor), 251 Donald Street

Admission: Free

From May 6 to June 30, Millennium Library’s main floor will host a display showcasing modern architecture and landscapes of the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus. During the post-war years, architects, many of whom were graduates from the U of M, used campus projects to experiment with new technologies and materials for constructing modern buildings. Explore archival photographs, drawings and construction materials. Learn just what makes the University of Manitoba campus modern and why modern architecture matters.

Curated by Abigail Auld and Monica Hutton from the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, the exhibit has been supported financially by the Faculty of Architecture Endowment Fund, University of Manitoba.

www.winnipegarchitecture.ca

 

University of Manitoba Modern Architecture

1243808_592980660809805_7276046707091955608_o
May 6th-June 30 2014, healing Monday-Thursday 10am-9pm, try Friday-Saturday 10am-6pm
Millennium Library (Main Floor), 251 Donald Street

Admission: Free

From May 6 to June 30 2014, the Millennium Library’s main floor will hosted a display showcasing modern architecture and landscapes of the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus. During the post-war years, architects, many of whom were graduates from the U of M, used campus projects to experiment with new technologies and materials for constructing modern buildings. Guests were invited to explore archival photographs, drawings and construction materials.

The exhibit was curated by Abigail Auld and Monica Hutton of  the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation and was supported financially by the Faculty of Architecture Endowment Fund, University of Manitoba.

www.winnipegarchitecture.ca

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University of Manitoba Modern Architecture

1243808_592980660809805_7276046707091955608_o
May 6th-June 30, Monday-Thursday 10am-9pm, healing Friday-Saturday 10am-6pm
Millennium Library (Main Floor), 251 Donald Street

Admission: Free

From May 6 to June 30, Millennium Library’s main floor will host a display showcasing modern architecture and landscapes of the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus. During the post-war years, architects, many of whom were graduates from the U of M, used campus projects to experiment with new technologies and materials for constructing modern buildings. Explore archival photographs, drawings and construction materials. Learn just what makes the University of Manitoba campus modern and why modern architecture matters.

Curated by Abigail Auld and Monica Hutton from the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, the exhibit has been supported financially by the Faculty of Architecture Endowment Fund, University of Manitoba.

www.winnipegarchitecture.ca

uofm     wpl

University of Manitoba Modern Architecture

1243808_592980660809805_7276046707091955608_o
May 6th-June 30, Monday-Thursday 10am-9pm, Friday-Saturday 10am-6pm
Millennium Library (Main Floor), 251 Donald Street

Admission: Free

From May 6 to June 30, Millennium Library’s main floor will host a display showcasing modern architecture and landscapes of the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus. During the post-war years, architects, many of whom were graduates from the U of M, used campus projects to experiment with new technologies and materials for constructing modern buildings. Explore archival photographs, drawings and construction materials. Learn just what makes the University of Manitoba campus modern and why modern architecture matters.

Curated by Abigail Auld and Monica Hutton from the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, the exhibit has been supported financially by the Faculty of Architecture Endowment Fund, University of Manitoba.

www.winnipegarchitecture.ca

uofm     wpl

 

Winnipeg Civic Centre 1964-2014

City-Hall_Complex-Metro-Building_1961May 15th-May 31st, remedy 2014
Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm, for sale Saturday May 31st 9:00am-4:30pm
2nd Floor Foyer, and Council Building, 510 Main Street

Admission: Free

Winnipeg Civic Centre 1964-2014 was an architectural exhibit celebrating 50 years of the Winnipeg Civic Centre. The Winnipeg Civic Centre was designed by the pre-eminent architectural firm GBR. Design architects: Bernard Brown and David Thordarson.

The exhibit was curated by Jeffrey Thorsteinson of the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation.

 

www.winnipegarchitecture.ca

 

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